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Gigabyte Xpress Recovery2 Error code 100: image backup failed...! but i have enough unalocated disk space for backup... HDD is WD 500 gb/16 m cache... firs drive is win XP SP3 pro with 36GB used space...

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SOURCE: Xpress Recovery2 will not work.

You must have about 10GB unallocated free disk space in order to be able to save the file.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Xpress recovery2 mirror image failed error 100?

use dogpile.com type in code will give you ans. jim

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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Xpress recovery2 mirror image failed error 100?


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